TCPWave IPAM Release Notes


TCPWave delivers the new features, improvements, and stability fixes for it's TCPWave DDI application. This page displays the information about the changes in the latest version of the product, you can also find detailed information about these updates in the Release Notes.

You can contact TCPWave Technical Support at [email protected] or call us on 888-831-8276 or log in to the Customer Portal.

Product Version:  v11.32P4

Product Component


Information Security Upgrades

Upgrades: Upgraded the following components:

  • BIND
  • NSD
  • OpenSSL
  • MariaDB
  • Net SNMP
  • Splunk Forwarder
  • Jackson

DNS Threat Management

Features: The TCPWave's Network Security Monitoring (NSM) platform is enhanced with the following features:

  • Seasonal Autoregressive Integrated Moving Average (SARIMA) Time Series Machine Learning model to analyze real-time network telemetry data and forecast the metrics.
  • Automatically block anomalous traffic on DNS Caches using the Blackhole ACL option.
  • Employs the state-of-the-art machine learning (ML) model - XGBoost (eXtreme Gradient Boosting) to detect and mitigate DNS anomalies.
  • Median Absolute Deviation (MAD) algorithm to detect outliers in performance metrics of DDI (CPU, Disk & Memory usages), DNS (QPS), and DHCP (LPS) appliances.
  • Auto turn-off switch ports of malicious systems using Threat Intelligence.

Fault Management


  • TCPWave IPAM Alarm Subscriptions through the messaging platforms such as Email, Google Chat, Microsoft Teams, Pager Duty, Slack, Telegram.
  • Force Recheck option to manually re-invoke a monitoring check and update an alert's status.
  • Automated email alert when a DNSSEC KSK expires within 30 days.


Feature: Added the Capacity Planning Dashboard, which allows you to get a quick snapshot of the top parameters such as CPU Usage, Disk Utilization, Memory Usage, DNS QPS, and DHCP LPS across the DDI infrastructure.

Cluster Administration

Enhancement: Added a new feature that allows clustering of two remote appliances that ensures uninterrupted DNS/DHCP services; through a virtual IP, shared within the cluster's nodes. When one of the nodes fails, the other node continues to provide the services without interruption.

Network Discovery

Features: TCPWave's Distributed Discovery includes:

  • A new global option Enable Auto Discovery to perform the network auto-discovery.
  • A new option to import bulk device information such as IP address, device type, platform, vendor, etc.
  • Added a new feature to view the discovery tasks specific to a subnet.

Network Management

Features: The following features are introduced:

  • DDI Migration Wizard to import the data from zone files and XML, as per the BIND and MS file format.
  • Reference Column to display the details of the IP address references, such as type of RR, class, TTL, etc.
  • Query Alternate DNS Servers to query one or more alternate DNS servers instead of returning an NXDOMAIN response to a DNS client.
  • A new icon to view the total count of active leases of the selected subnet.
  • Autonomous System Number (ASN) page in the TCPWave's IPv4 Address Space.
  • Added an option External DDNS Updates to view the count of the pending external updates on the remote appliances.
  • Centralized Syslog-NG and TACACS+ Configurations through templates.

Reports Management

Features: Added the following reports:

  • Microsoft Active Users Report.
  • DNS SERVFAIL Responses Report.
  • Cloud Instance Provisioning Template Audit Report.
  • Cloud Instance Provisioning Audit Report.
  • DNS Daily Peak Hour Query Rate By Appliance Report.
  • DHCP IPv4 Daily Peak Hour LPS Report.
  • IPv6 DHCP Option Template Audit Report.
  • IPv6 DNS Appliance Audit Report.
  • IPv6 Reverse Zones Audit Report.
  • IPv6 DHCP Appliance Pool Utilization Report.
  • DNS Statistics Report Per Zone Report.

Common Functionality in IPAM

Feature: Global Search Functionality for NSM IPS rules reduces the administrator's efforts to manage the Suricata rules.

CLI Updates

Added the following CLIs:

  • addipv6dnsreversezone
  • deleteipv6subnettmpl
  • deleteipv6dnsserver
  • deleteipv6dnsreversezone
  • exportipv6dhcpserver
  • exportipv6dnsserver
  • editipv6dnsreversezone
  • exportsubnettemplate
  • getipv6dnsserver
  • getipv6subnettmpl
  • importipv6dhcpserver
  • importsubnettemplate
  • importipv6dnsserver
  • listipv6subnettmpl
  • listipv6dnsserver
  • listipv6dnsreversezone
  • setipv6subnettmpl
  • setipv6remotemonitor
  • setipv6remotedebug
  • setipv6remotecntrllog
  • setipv6dnsserver
  • syncipv6dnsserver
  • syncipv6dhcpserver

For a complete list of the improvements, as well as optimization fixes, download the v11.32P4 Release Notes.

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